VIDEO Women’s National Team Refuses to Go to White House, But Accepts Invite From Chuck Schumer

    The United States Women's National Team is crisp off their second sequential World Cup triumph. 
    Following in the strides of different heroes, the ladies have chosen to reject a welcome to meet with President Trump at the White House. 
    But, they have no issue making a beeline for Congress to meet with far-left extreme Chuck Schumer (NY). 


    Co-skipper Megan Rapinoe stated, "I've said openly, I think most about the group, if not every person, well everyone is with me. We would prefer not to go to the White House. So I imagine that is the reason the welcome hasn't come. Possibly he sent it via mail and it's only gradually to arrive." 

    The group crushed Netherlands 2-0 in the title game. 
    After the triumph, a few dissidents found a Fox News camera so they could upbraid the most influential man on the planet. 
    U.S. ladies' soccer star Megan Rapinoe has acknowledged a welcome by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) to visit the Capitol after she turned down a welcome to visit the White House. 
    "It may not be the White House, yet we'd be glad to greet @mPinoe and the whole #USWMNT for a voyage through the House of Representatives whenever they'd like," Ocasio-Cortez tweeted. 
    "Think of it as done," Rapinoe answered Friday. 

    The welcome to visit the Capitol comes in the midst of an open spat among Rapinoe and President Trump. 
    The soccer star said in a meeting before in the week that she's "not setting off to the f - ing White House" if the U.S. ladies' national group wins the World Cup. 
    Trump terminated back at Rapinoe, tweeting that "classes and groups love going to the White House" and that he is a "major fanatic of the American Team, and Women's Soccer," yet he cautioned that "Megan should WIN first before she TALKS! Completion of the activity!" 

    "We haven't yet welcomed Megan or the group, yet I am presently welcoming the TEAM, win or lose," he included. 
    Rapinoe, the group's co-skipper, multiplied down Thursday, saying, "I remain by the remarks that I made about not having any desire to go to the White House." 
    The U.S. ladies' group crushed France 2-1 in Friday's quarterfinal to progress in the World Cup. Rapinoe scored both of the group's objectives.   

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